Today, the IFHV's Mais Masadeh visited the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard Kennedy School to learn more about its work on human security and, in this context, discuss future cooperation through team work studies and research.
Under its human security pillar, the Carr Center conducts research on modern slavery, which focuses on the causes permitting human trafficking to flourish in order to develop data-driven policy strategies to address this issue.
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The intensive workshop focused on narrative inquiry and biographical methods in social sciences research.Today, the IFHV's Benedikt Behlert spoke at an event of Flüchtlingsrat Niedersachsen on the issue of providing German residence permits to the families of refugees.Benedikt outlined the legal framework and commented on the potential implications of a German draft law to set the number of family members to receive permits at 1000 per month. Petrov (eds.), International Humanitarian Law in Areas of Limited Statehood – Adaptable and Legitimate or Rigid and Unreasonable?The conference was co-hosted by KU Leuven, the London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE and the Hertie School of Governance. Please follow the [link] to read "Schiedsgericht verurteilt Russland wegen Enteignungen auf der Krim". The participants explored possible forms of cooperation to render volunteer engagement more attractive for students.Professor Thielbörger’s presentation addressed the question “Is the Concept of “Essence” of Fundamental Rights mirrored in International Human Rights Law? The conference brought together international academics from various states and high-level representatives of the European institutions, including the European Parliament, as well as advocate generals and judges from the Court of Justice of the European Union and the General Court of the European Union. We have just published a new Bofax by Sebastian Wuschka on the recent arbitral award in the arbitration between Everest Estate et al. The IFHV's Professor Hans-Joachim Heintze is a contributing author to the following edited volume that has just been published: The Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities. Points of discussion included obtaining credit points for volunteer work, potential BA or MA thesis topics, the possibility of internships and prospective benefits from specific training courses provided by the organisations.